The bottom line is that if you need a flashlight just for puttering about the house, looking for change in sofas, resetting the fuse box at night etc. and only care about the brightness, the other one is a good buy. For any kind of outdoor or even "semi-tactical" usage, I'd get a Fenix or other name brand that's known to be ruggedized.
in my experience with an E20, 2 E21's and a brand new LD12, Fenix makes excellent flashlights. one yr warr on e21 gets extended 6 months when u register it. ld12 comes with 2yr.
issues with corroded batteries go to the battery manufacturer. (if you can figure out which ones are in it....)
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